We have a great lineup beginning this Friday at your Skyline: The Emoji Movie debuts and War For The Planet Of The Apes rages on.
The Emoji Movie is an irreverent animated film, featuring a stellar voice-cast, that finds Gene, a multi-expressional emoji, setting out on a journey to become a ‘normal’ emoji. War For The Planet Of The Apes is the third installment in the Apes reboot. After the apes suffer unimaginable losses, Caesar wrestles with his darker instincts and begins his own mythic quest to avenge his kind. Our Saturday night only, Drive-Insanity triple-feature, is Kiss of the Tarantula, a 1976 horror film in which a disturbed teenage girl unleashes her pet tarantula against her “enemies.”
Attention: The Skyline’s “Not Quite The End Of Summer Special” brings back carload pricing for a limited time – $24 carloads, SUNDAY ONLY!
Sunday’s also mean the Skyline Prize Wheel! Visit the Skyline on Sunday, only, and look inside the handout given to you at the box office for a Golden Ticket – if you get one – you get to spin the Skyline Prize Wheel for free concessions, prizes or admissions!
We have a winner! Pierre Boulle is the author of La Planete des Singes aka Planet Of the Apes – what other novel/film is Pierre famous for? The answer is the villain Bridge Over The River Kwai! Congrats to Heather Melton with the correct answer!
This weeks trivia: Who invented the emoji? Be 1st to reply to email@example.com to win 2 free passes to the Skyline!
This weeks SkyCafe special: A Savory & Sweet special….buy a cheese burger, get one chocolate chip cookie free!